Michigan picked up a big commitment when the state's top prospect, Saginaw Heritage (Mich.) wide…
2011 Back Has Early Offers
Jerron Seymour is a name to remember around the Dade County football circles. He's already established himself as one of the area's top running backs and he's only a junior. He's second in the county in rushing after week three. "The only guy in front of me right now is Jakhari Gore," Seymour said. "And I think I can catch him. I just gotta keep working hard and trying to make things happen." Seymour, 5-foot-6 and 180 pounds, talked about what he does well. "I'm small but I have great vision and the ability to break through a lot of tackles," he said. "I wanna be the best running back around next year." The standout running back prospect has already started pulling in the offers. "FIU and West Virginia have sent me offers so far," he said. "I like those two as well as USF and UCF. They're close to home and have good, rising programs." Remember the name for the Class of 2011 because Seymour is a serious talent.
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